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American Impressionism: An exhibition shows how M...
The aim of the show is to delineate, and promote, the generation of young American artists who went to Paris in the 1870s to 1890s and returned – or in some cases stayed – imbued with the lessons and...
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Norton to show DeWoody collection, Everglades com...
The Norton Museum’s 2014-15 exhibition season will cover a lot of ground — from ninth-century Chinese tea ware to yet-to-be-created photo-based representations of the Everglades. Scheduled are: The...
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Exercise for body, space mind and soul
Hermann Park features a giant reflection pond, Japanese garden, a mini train, a golf course, a walking trail, Miller Outdoor theatre, and is conveniently next to the zoo and near the museum district |...
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Astrophysicist pinpoints exact moment Monet paint...
Dawn of impressionism pinpointed to 7.35am on November 13, 1872 - the exact moment Monet painted this sunrise Monet's Impressions, Sunrise shows the port of Le Havre in the morning His masterpiece...
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Mo'ne vs Monet: Who has the edge?
was an artist. Mo’ne Davis is an artist. But who has the edge --- and the better breaking ball? Let's paint the corners. Family support? Monet: No; Mo'ne: Yes Canvas? Monet: Linen...
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Rotary Club of Edmond board members and a city councilwoman tried out the playground equipment this week at the city’s new Edmond 66 Park. The Rotary Club of Edmond, Rotary International and...
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5 outrageous billionaire shopping trips
Mexican telecoms billionaire Carlos Slim named his private museum, Museo Soumaya in Mexico City, after his late wife. It was opened in 2011 and cost a reported $70 million, but that doesn’t include...
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There’s always time for Baguio
My family started going to Baguio about 45 years ago. Part of our summers would be spent there. I remember my aunt driving her Renault on Kennon Road (which we called Zigzag Road then) with my mother...
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Parkersburg native to show work at Art Center
McCracken, a native of Parkersburg now living in Warren, N.J., will attend the opening. McCracken's work is a colorful synthesis of Impressionism and Asian styles, according to Art Center director...
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Les enfants au paradis
Kids in the kitchen at the Royal Monceau. Art and creativity are recurring themes at Le Royal Monceau Raffles Paris. The hotel employs an art curator and has its own gallery space, but thanks to...
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Sydney Morning Herald
The host of London: the Savoy Hotel
It was hard, throughout our weekend stay, to tear ourselves away from that view, and our suite’s warmly embracing Savoir bed, Loewe television, Meridien iPod docks, lovely selection of books...
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Modern computer techniques bring back to life bla...
Hepburn, Hitler and Einstein as you've never seen them before: How modern computer techniques have brought new life to black and white images from the early days of photography Images from before the...
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20 stunning cliffside beaches
Consider something spectacular for your next beach vacation. Ko Phi Phi in southern Thailand's Krabi province is an archipelago of six islands about an hour's boat ride from Phuket. On Phi Phi Leh,...
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From Here to Eternity
MIFF 2014 Critics Campus review: Goodbye To Langu...
Jean-Luc Godard's Goodbye To Language, screening in MIFF 2014. Screening August 6
instructed artists to “paint that we don’t see”. The limit of what we know pervades Jean-Luc Godard’s...
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MSU Horticulture Gardens hosts art camp for kids
MSU Horticulture Gardens hosts art camp for kids By Sierra Lay | Published 2 hours ago | Updated 34 minutes ago East Lansing resident Sydney Zaagmam, 9, colors a tote during a children's camp on...
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